Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps Season 7
S07 E01Jan 13, 2008
When Jonny Met Sharky Jan 13, 2008 After the Archer reopens following a refurbishment, all the girls decide to apply for the new barmaid's job.Jonny leaves for Hawaii to go shark-jumping, after winning a competition, leaving Gaz to try and find something more exciting to do.
S07 E02Jan 20, 2008
Dabdaa! Jan 20, 2008 Janet tries to find a quick way to recover from her grief, following the death of her husband Jonny, so Gaz offers his help.
S07 E03Jan 27, 2008
Homophobia Is Gay Jan 27, 2008 Louise wants to move in with Janet, who isn't too keen on the idea, so Louise decides to try and convince her by holding a seance to contact Jonny's spirit.
S07 E04Feb 10, 2008
Dead Jonny Walking Feb 10, 2008 Gaz tries to change the born-again Christian Munch, back to his old self, by tempting him with alcohol. Meanwhile, Louise is disappointed to learn she's having a girl while Janet picks 'dead Jonny' as a theme for Donna and Gaz's wedding.
S07 E05Feb 17, 2008
Here bums the Bride Feb 17, 2008 Gaz and Donna finally tie the knot, but a shocking discovery by Louise could cause their new marriage to end prematurely.
S07 E06Feb 24, 2008
Six Months Later Feb 24, 2008 Janet's inability to keep up the mortgage payments result in her house being repossessed, so Gaz comes up with a plan which could suit everyone.
S07 E07Mar 2, 2008
African Death Face Mar 2, 2008 Louise tries to arrange for Donna to be her birthing partner.Gaz and Janet's increasing attraction is disturbed by a sudden announcement from Donna.
S07 E08Mar 9, 2008
Borry Mar 9, 2008 Gaz is not keen on moving south with Donna, and has fallen in love with Janet; Donna has met a new man called Wesley in London and wants to move on from Gaz. However, Gaz lets slip that he and Janet are in love, and Donna throws beer over them but eventually realises that Janet and Gaz belong together, because they are "scum"- but in a nice way.Meanwhile Louise is about to give birth, aided only by Munch, and produces (in The Archer) a beautiful girl whom she names "Louise Louise Brooks", although she tells Munch the name is "Louise Munch Brooks". Gaz and Donna part on ostensibly good terms, and the episode closes with flashbacks of moments throughout the series, to the background of Avril Lavigne's "When You’re Gone".